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eastbound to jackson is getting by on one lane. chp has issued a sig alert for the area. westbound entrance from jackson is clear. no problems here to avoid the entire area, continue on north 880 to winton. here is 92 at 880. right here a jackson and santa clara. continue to the north and you will be able to avoid the area. we have one stall northbound 160 at sheridan, that is truck blocking the right lane. and southbound on 680 on vargas there is an additional stall. >>> a wet mess in hayward. water main break on busy jackson street right near 92 off the freeway and 880 has resulted in a big traffic problem. amy hollyfield is live at the scene. what is going on? >> we just got briefed by authorities. this one has been stumped. it will be another 45 minutes until they can get the water. they say it's a big pipe, 12-inch pipe that broke about 3:00 38 this morning. they have been working for the last two and a half hours and haven't been able to figure out to get the water to stop. firefighters were first on the scene and they tried to the close the valve. water department showed up.
, on the ramp toward jackson street a sig alert due to a water main break. one lane flooded at that off-ramp at jackson street right around santa clara. they hope to have that capped but for now it's very slow in the area. >> kristen: parts of the bay area have temperatures below freezing this morning as mike was saying. you might find it frigid outside your door. terry mcsweeney is live in san rafael where it's been in the 20s. i imagine it's still dipping. >> it gets colder as dawn approaches. as you can see one minute after 5:00 on the second day of 2013, 26 degrees, of course, freezing is 32 degrees and there it is two below on the celsius. take a look. frost on the wind shields, front back, grass, everywhere we looked and every car parked overnight, they have the frost. keep it in mind. and i have frost on my rear window, it's a good idea to defrost before backing out of a driveway. cool temperatures this morning and we are under the impression it will be colder heading up south the santa rosa area in that direction, north of here. in napa, some of the more protected valleys. so we
court court justice robert jackson. tell us how that came about because i want to lead and to which you have with some of the conservatives among blacks than whites. >> guest: great. jackson was i think seeing my family than i say great justice. he had been the prosecutor at the nuremberg war charles. he actually taken time off from the court and gone to nuremberg and been the chief prosecutor and then came back to the court. so rehnquist graduates from the stanford law school early at the end of 1952. he was actually in the class that would've graduated a semester later, the rehnquist finished his work. he was so smart he got out early. so it was clear when i was researching through his papers and lucky not the diaries that he had actually, that were on were on deposit with his papers, which were fascinating. he had six notebooks that were filled with his reminiscences, desires and early comments and memoirs. one of the things that was clear was that he really saw himself destined for some important job. he actually on the court probably are certainly somewhere in government because he
now issued a sig alert in the area. so the water main break is located at jackson street and santa clara street right at that intersection just east of 880 and the 92 interchange. chp has shut down one lane of the eastbound 92 off-ramp at jackson because of flooding in the area. so they are advising you to avoid the area until they mop up. so it's jackson street and santa clara street but if you are coming off jackson off east 92, that right lane is now shut down. chp and hayward pd are on scene. we have live look coming up in the next few minutes to get you updated on this area. we'll do that as soon as the lanes open, as well. the san mateo bridge, westbound towards foster city no problems. eastbound into hayward not showing any delays right now, traffic looking good. and a live look at the bay bridge right now, our freeways are very light. not a lot of accidents to report on the roads right now. in fact, traffic have very quiet on the pay gates into san francisco. back to you. >> thank you. >>> two people are dead after a driver crashed a car while trying to get away from police
right now right next to the jackson street off-ramp by highway 92. get right to gianna franco with the latest. >> reporter: thank you, elizabeth. we are looking at live pictures from chopper 5. again, this water main break was reported about 4:30 this morning. so it's been gushing water for quite some time. as you can see, they have blocked off portions of jackson at santa clara street. officials are on scene providing traffic control through the area. parts of the roadway are flooded as a result. so they are telling commuters to avoid the area if you can. this is a live look from the ground level from our photographer. you can see that water is still gushing. there is quite a puddle through the area. probably will take some time to clear this out of the way mop up the mess around the area but it's causing problems as you work your way off eastbound 92. i just checked in withing had healthcare and they are saying that parts of the right lane on east 92 between 880 and santa clara are also now seeing some flooding. so be careful there if you are heading off to the right side. i
jackson street surface streets between 880 and end of a portion 92 in hayward. there is a flooding during the water main break. you want to avoid that area until they get that capped out. if you are heading out. 580 and over the altamont is looking good. highway 4 westbound and 80 westbound into the macarthur maze just under 20 minutes. >>> it's 4:39. >> a bay area community comes together to take a stand against a brutal rape of a young woman. how people are pushing for stronger laws to protect women. >> and the warning going on outer for all bay area beachgoers after a walk in the beach ends in tragedy. >> in today's tech bytes, apple's next big thing, an announcement this spring for an iphone 6. developers are seeing markers being iced. there are problems with operating system, it can schedule turn on and turn offs and people are missing calls and messages. >> a local based social network will be selected to see more customer who has have checked [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later
to jump over to hayward. reports of a water main break reported at the intersection of jackson and santa clara. no word yet how many lanes are blocked or what exactly how serious thwart main break is. we have a photographer headed to the scene so we'll get you live pictures of the area in just the next few minutes. that's hayward, jackson and santa clara at that intersection. reports of a water main break. now, the freeways themselves looking good this morning. not a lot of caltrans projects under way. most of those will get back in effect tonight probably after 10:00. but so far 880 connecting over to 92 no delays. 238 to 580 good start this morning. live look at conditions off of the golden gate bridge into san francisco. no delays an easy ride, coming away from 580 to the golden gate bridge toll plaza an easy 10 or 15 minutes or so not bad. no construction projects scheduled right now as you work your way through marin county. and if you are heading along 880 northbound into oakland, so far it's a nice ride, very easy commute towards the maze if you are headed to the bay bridge no del
've been following since 4:30 this morning. a water main break on jackson. ktvu's alex savidge was first on the scene and joins us to tell us when crews expect to have the water shut off. it was supposed to be at 7:00. but that's no longer the case? >> reporter: that's correct. the time frame, obviously being pushed back. it's a very complicated process from what i understand as they are still trying to isolate where the break is on this underground water line and what those workers are doing from the city of hayward's water department, they are checking the valves near this intersection trying to see which one of them will shut off the water. obviously they haven't found it yet. lanes of traffic are closed down. more of them have opened up. so cars are coming through. this is jackson and santa clara streets. as you can see, it's right near the ent transto 880 -- entrance to 880. water is still running down the street. this is what it looked like when this 12-inch line ruptured. firefighters were called in to cut off the flow of water. it wasn't a simple fix. so apparently, the water dep
can up front to figure out what the appetite is for the rate hit. >> definitely. >> dr. jackson. >> thank you. dr. jackson. i have received calls and some people go on the internet. i don't do that, because i don't know how. and there was a question concerning the davis & associates. especially with public education community engagement and the advertising in the different areas. and because in my community and i always talk about bayview hunter's point. because i don't talk about nobody else's area. in my area in district 10, we have mostly latinos, asians and samoians, and those who don't read english. everyone knows i am the mayor of hunter's point and they ask me the question. and who will they hire to knock to doors? because a lot of people will not open their doors to strangers. they know the people in the neighborhood. and i want you to think about this clearly. we have people that have worked jointly in the community over the last 30 years. because of our influx with the redevelopment agency. so the thing of it is, i want to let you know that people are watching. and a l
in favor, signify by aye. >> motion carries. public comments? dr. jackson. dr. jackson. >> thank you very much, dr. jackson, hunter's point. i wasn't going to come today but it became an emergency. we have a large problem in the southeast sector of san francisco, especially with our children. we have a turf, where children that live in a full-block area cannot leave out to get to school. there was a group financing the young men and women to the college, and they were doing well. but the funding stopped last friday. i am concerned about the young people getting to school. i know there are programs and i talked to one this morning with the city hall, the young people wears colored jackets and things but only 12 staff. my concern is a community benefit fund for hunter's point and that's funding for all over the city. but my concern is when funds are given out to so-called cbo's or the same people, it do not reach in my community where it need to be reached. i requested that i would like to see when funds are distributed to so-called groups that are doing something in my community. including
main break in hayward. it is at the intersection of jackson and santa clara. if to get you more new is faster we will turn to mike pelton. >> the water continues to flood the intersection perry ed uc some of the through traffic is still able to come through. the officers do have a few lines that are open. road flares and officers are on the same. they stated that this broke out about 3:30 a.m.. they hope to have the water shut off within the next hour to 45 minutes. they stated that this does not mean that this road will open back up. >> congress has nearly avoided a fiscal cliff. the republican-led house of representatives agreed on a compromise late last night. if less than 24 hours after the deal was passed by the senate. if the final house vote was 257 to 167, with 85 republicans joining democrats. the vote capped off weeks of back and forth between chambers. president obama praised the compromise, saying that he does not want a repeat of the bickering in future negotiations. >> the bill case and come taxes the same for everyone except individuals making $400,000 a year or more.
cliff finale this morning. a deal was done for most americans. >> hallie jackson has more live in our washington bureau. can we stop saying "fiscal cliff"? >> not just yet. we still have the battles ahead of us. the president is on his way to hawaii after thanking leaders overnight for coming to a deal. >> the motion is adopted. >> 2013 begins with a bang. there was the late night house vote. >> this was a monumental task, especially with the time growing short. >> most of us will not see higher income taxes except for families making more than $450,000. the tax policy center estimates three-quarters of americans will still pay a little more to the irs. the social security payroll tax cut is expiring. the bill extends unemployment benefits to the end of 2013. the president is now headed towards hawaii. he had hoped for more of a grand bargain. >> there wasn't enough support for a larger agreement. >> this measure sets up more battles moving forward, as house speaker john boehner promises to push reforms to the entitlement programs that are driving the country more and more into debt.
is gurgling up. it is causing problems right now. this is on jackson street and santa clara. they've got a problem out there. the workers are out there. the police are out there. the water is flowing into the road. eastbound traffic on jackson is closed but the westbound traffic is still open. as you can see it got a mess. firefighters are working to get that water turned off. ktvu news crew has been there since 4:30. we're going to get a live update. a new update coming up at 5:30. >>> happening now as we were just talking about it's freezing cold around most of the bay area right now. with some temperatures dropping into the 30s and even the 20s. ktvu tara moriarty is live in walnut creek with more on the freeze warning. how cold is it there? >> 29 degrees. and you can really feel it. it's cold. it was 30 degrees when we first arrived but it's dropped a degree here on the bank sign here. is a freeze warning is in effect for your north bay valleys and mountains until 9:00 this morning. and a frost advisory in place for bay side cities in santa clara valley. temperatures are frigid in li
is still a problem here. several lanes shut down in both directions here at the intersection of jackson and santa clara street. as you can well see water still pouring up out of the roadway. this has been going on for the last 2.5 hours. this water main burst early this morning. we are getting new information right now from the police lieutenant here on scene that just told me a short time ago this is a very good size water main that burst. a 12-inch water main that broke. right in the middle of the intersection. obviously causing all these problems this morning. and lieutenant just arrived here on scene. what is the update as far as the work that city crews are doing right now? how long until the water can be shut off? >> we're hoping a half hour to 45 minutes for an update. water crews are trying to do their best to actually shut down the water. they've been able to do a lot of progress in shutting down the water. >> reporter: why is this such a complicated effort? i know firefighters were here trying to turn off the value ever. why is this more complicated? >> it's a larger break. it
homes in hayward without water. the line broke near jackson and santa clara streets around 3:30 a.m. crews closed a lane of traffic on jackson street for the repairs. they expect to finish in three hours. still no word on what caused that break. >>> meanwhile, work has resumed on the central subway project in san francisco shutting down streams once again. stockton street between geary and ellis is closed for the construction. crews had halted their work about 6 weeks ago to make life easier on holiday shoppers. >>> it is the end of an era for the exploratorium in san francisco. this is the very last day for fans young and old to geek out at its location near the palace of fine arts. let's go live to cbs 5 reporter anne makovec. she is live outside the museum with the big moving plans and big lines behind you. >> reporter: that's a long line behind me and you can't even see half of it. there's probably 100 people. the line is around the block right now. 2,000 people have been here already and they are expecting 5,000 by the end of the day because the exploratorium is free today. e
running water after a large water main break overnight near jackson and the 880 and highway 92 freeways. alex savidge was the first reporter on the scene at 4:30. he's live to tell us why our cold water may be having a problem. >> reporter: good afternoon. the hayward director of public works says a combination of frigid temperatures and soggy soil from recent rain is likely what caused this underground water pipe to shift and break. repair work is going on right now. i was just told by a worker they getting set to turn back on the water. businesses in the area have had to get by with no running water. water started to pour flooding the intersection of jackson and slay streets in hayward. it took city crews four hours to shut off the water. hayward's director of public works says recent rain an cold temperatures may have contributed to this mess. >> the the soil has satch waited. with the cold, there is -- sas saturated and with the cold, that causes old mains to break sometimes. we've had several breaks all over town that are small. this is the biggest one we've had. >> reporter: crews
just arrived on the scene with the very latest from there. >> this intersection of jackson street where we are right now quickly filling up with water as you can see. we'll push in over there. water just gurgling up out of the roadway. causing minor flooding issues. much of it is closed down. jackson street in the eastbound direction is closed. westbound traffic still open as first responders and police keep things closed off. we've seen firefighters out here. they're trying to control the flow of water. trying to access the water valves. so far we have not seen the flow of water lessening any any way. we did just get here on scene. we are still gathering information. we have yet to talk to firefighter os police officers. i will try to get more information from them. get a sense of how this unfolded and how this began. for now we are live in hayward this morning alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >>> and crews worked through the night to fix another water main break. this one in concord it happened just before 6:00 last night. officials say no one last water due to this break. no homes o
that will be accomplished. that's good. that's in keeping with our policies. finally, as espinola jackson stated, or dr. jackson stated, the factor had a burden imposed on it because of the history. you know the concrete, the aggregate companies. other refuse and so on and so forth. so holistically we need to devise a blueprint so that those who have been impacted that justice is done. >> thank you very much. any other public comments? i thought we had some -- any other public? no other public comments. all right. we will take note of the communications, is that correct? item 5? >> correct. >> commissioner moran. >> mr. president, a couple of items under communication, "f" and "g" are basically the water supply report. i have reviewed those and had some conversations with staff. i think there is a couple of areas where the reports are incomplete. and other areas because of that incompleteness they are misleading. i would like to ask those reports be revised and reissued in january to correct those issues. >> items "f" and "g," that's the order without objection. >> and the other thing as we talk about
as this as you can. >> dr. jackson. >> thank you very much, dr. jackson is here. i agree, that need to be a workshop. what happens in san francisco, people come here late and don't know the neighborhoods. and what is been going on in the neighborhoods. and it's the neighbors that can tell you. and i support the idea that you, since you were responsible for water and sewage, that you take charge. that is your responsibility. the water sheds is your responsibilities. so i am here supporting the residents from lake merced, because the lake is the most -- was at one time the most beautiful lake in any city. because i used to go over there and fish, i am a fishing woman. and i would like to continue. and i agree about although i do own a gun. but i don't believe that there should be a place out there where there is a park, where people are shooting bullets. bullets can go anywhere, because it don't have no name on it, in the direction it should go. i feel as though when i go and practice for my shooting, it's inside. it's not outside. and it's there in davis city. so i hope you listen to
:00. that will be ten days -- a ten- day limit that federal judge jackson gave last week. he ordered that justin wolfe be released because the commonwealth did not -- the commonwealth did not retry him soon enough, within a 120-day -- 120 days of when they were supposed to retry him. justin wolfe was convicted back in 2001 on murder for hire of the killing of danny petroli. he has spent the last 11 years on death row. then last year, that conviction and death sentence were thrown out. judge jackson found prosecutorial error. he said that the prosecution in the case had withheld very important evidence that would have helped justin wolfe and said that the man needed to be retried. that did not happen within the time frame and last week he ordered his release and today the judge agreed to release him. so that ten days is up tomorrow and he may be released tomorrow at 5:00. if a stay is not granted. that stay is requested right now by the attorney general ken cuccinelli in the fourth circuit court of appeals. we'll find out tomorrow. we'll stay on this case and we'll have more for you this evening. back
to the hotop ofe hour. lisa jackson resigned but now we know her leaving has a lot less to do with family time than the keystone pipeline. >> oo graduation ceremony all of the way to the supreme court. we will tell you why. but first on this day in history back in 194 one that song the ander sisters. they recorded boogie-woogie bugle boy for the movie. you know how painful heartburn can be. for fast, long lasting relief, use doctor recommended gaviscon®. only gaviscon® forms a protective barrier that helps block stomach acid from splashing up- relieving the pain quickly. try fast, long lasting gaviscon®. >> welcome back to fox and friends first. i am patti ann browne. >> i am heather cheryleds. thanks for joining us. it is half past the top of the hour. we start with this a fox news alert congress pulling the country back after it went over the fiscal cliff. late last night the house approved a senate fiscal cliff bill being signed into law. many republicans are giving the deal a thumbs down. it does little to address the nation's soaring debt or automatic spending cuts set to go into effec
. it is at the intersection of jackson and santa clara. mike belts and is on the scene. >> you can see the water continuances bill and to the intersection. it is pulling in the crosswalk and creating a mess for crews out here this morning. they continue to try to close the valve here and turn the water off at the intersection. this began just after 330 this morning and crews are still trying to turn the water off. that should happen any minute now and they're doing that using a special tool. they're bringing it and how to use it to help force close the valve on the water main. that will determine help them determine whether and not the pipe burst or there is a problem with the valves. from there crews will come in and repair whatever problem it is. they hope that the water turned off the next couple of minutes when there is no telling when this intersection will reopen. >> it looks like traffic is flowing ok? >> they are worried as the morning progresses there will be a residual back up but there is a partial closure in all four directions. you can get through but it is down to one lane. >> congress has near
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and that causes old mains to break sometimes. >> police shut down lanes at jackson and santa clara streets and all but one lane of the exit ramp of eastbound i-92. that meant no water for hundreds of people living nearby. >> go to the restroom and go to flush and there is no water. go to wash my hands, there is no water. >> she has bottled water to help get her through the day but she may head to the son's home for a shower. >> the nation's restaurant closed down because lack of water. this gas station is open but obviously can't use the carwash. >> it's been very slow. no water coming out. bathroom, there is no flushing going on. >> number one priority is to restore water to those residents and businesses. we think that it is going to take several hours. >> they not only to have repair the pipe but the pressure of all the water lifted the asphalt. they hope to get it done by the end of day but they are worried about the evening commute. they want to open up this exit ramp on highway 92 fully by the time people come home from work. they are hoping to get it done by the afternoon commute but they h
lago jackson congelado pero se quebro y un hombre cayó al agua helada las personas iban cayendo cuándo el hielo rebentaba con cámara de llanta , todos en este terrible accidente sobrevivieron y celebraron con sus seres queridos y también el año nuevo después de esto , el lago esta cerrado hasta marzo . >> más información en nuestro sitio web en pantalla lo dejamos con el noticiero univisión muchas gracias buenas noches ,. >> [♪ ♪] , >> gracias por acompañarnos, feliz año nuevo, acá las noticias en este 1 de enero. >> la economía de estados unidos evita la crisis, entraron en vigor cerca de 900 leyes, una de ellas que permite que estudiantes tengan licencia para manejar. >> hugo chávez está consciente de su complejo estado de salud, comenzamos. >> este es su noticiero univisión, edición nocturna. >> muy buenas noches, muy feliz año nuevo, el acuerdo llegó con el arreglo bajo el brazo, que evitaran que el país caiga en el llamado abismo fiscal. >> vamos con los detalles. >> antes de terminar el primer día del año, la cámara de representantes aprobó una
hallie jackson. how is the president responding? >> the president is on his way to hawaii after thinking leaders overnight for coming to a deal. >> the motion is adopted. >> 2013 begins with a bang. >> this was a monumental task especially with the time of growing short. >> most of us will not see higher income taxes except for families making more than $ 450,000. the social security payroll tax cut is expiring. the bill extends unemployment benefits to the end of 2013. the president is now headed towards hawaii. he had hoped for more of a grand bargain. >> there wasn't enough support for a larger agreement. >> this measure sets up more battles moving forward as john boehner promises to push in forms to the entitlement reprograms that are driving the country more and more into debt. >> the senate and president failed to meet their own stated obligations which was to bring us a balanced bill. >> one of the next big battle revolves around the debt ceiling, making sure the u.s. has enough to pay its bills. hallie jackson, wbal-tv 11 news. >> a busy new year's morning thanks to a hotel party
. the break is at the intersection of jackson and santa clara streets. the water is still flowing at this time, though it is unclear when the break started. kron4 to mike pelton is headed to the scene and will have updates as they become available. >> developing bills, congress has reached an agreement that keeps of the nation from one over the fiscal cliff. the house of representatives voted tuesday night to approve the senate bill passed earlier in the day. if the new bill raises taxes on individuals earning more than 400,000 a year and couples earning more than $450,000 a year. it also extends unemployment benefits. spending cuts will not be addressed for two months, which was a disappointment for many republicans. but president obama praised lawmakers for reaching an agreement that protects the middle class. >> and banks to the votes of democrats and republicans in congress, i will sign a law that raises taxes on the wealthiest 2 percent of americans while preventing a middle-class tax hike if they could have sent the economy back into recession and obviously had a severe impact on familie
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this morning. the break is flooding jackson street right there near the highway 92 off-ramp. they hope to have it capped very shortly. >> and the east bay water rate hike is up for discussion tonight. the contra costa water district is considering a 3.5% increase. the meeting starts at 6:30 at district headquarters in concord. >>> and stanford has won the rose bowl for the first time in 40 years. the cardinal scored touchdowns on their first two possessions and beat wisconsin, 20-14. >>> we'll have your traffic and weather coming up. >>> good morning. so far an easy commute as you work your way toward the bay bridge toll plaza and south bay turned off the metering lights no delays as you head into san francisco. jumping over to 880 right now, we had an accident near fruitvale. looks like all clear on that southbound side. still a little slow coming away from 980. northbound not showing any trouble spots this morning. capitol corridor delays systemwide. hope to wrap that up soon. the rest of mass transit is on time. bart, ace, muni, caltrain and y
jackson, nicki minaj. two will be attending the premier on january 9th at the amc hoffman theater centers in alexandria, virginia. you must be 18 to enter and you can see all the rules on our website, myfoxdc.com. >> will we see any fights this year like between nikki and mariah. >> i think they've already had a couple. >> it's another season, it's another opportunity. >> yes. definitely. >>> what's going on? >> what season is it now? >> 12. >> there's been 12 seasons of that? >> i can't -- huh-uh. >> wow! >>> your weather forecast heading back to school, heading back to work this morning, we're looking fine. it is cold out if you're walking to school, that kind of thing, you should be ready for a winter day. it should be nice and dry out there, even if you're waking up with a little cloud cover. don't despair. we have more sunshine in the forecast. it'll actually be a really nice day today. 37 in washington currently, 36 in annapolis, so you can see temperatures are on the cool side and we hit the freezing mark here north and west in many communities here. fredrick 32. good morning hage
with the details and attorney joey jackson. we were chewing on this one in the commercial. this is a crazy story. >> unbelievable. and i am the resident sperm donor expert. you forgot to add that, melissa. melissa: i was not going to add that because i wasn't sure you wanted that in there. >> the secret is out. here's the story. this is absolutely nuts. talk about getting more than you bargained for. here is guy. you know what i will do? i will donate my sperm and i will take measures to protect myself. how? i will write a contract. we all three will agree. i will have no further obligations, financial or otherwise. and all will be well. guess what, melissa. one of them goes on welfare as a result, the state is saying, who is the biological parent of this child? she then of course is forced to give that information, or guess what, they say they will not provide any health care to you. she does. they go looking for him. as a result of him donating sperm, right, he gets now to be considered the parent of the child, father, and that comes with financial obligation and responsibility. outrage just.
approve the keystone pipeline. an exclusive report in "the new york post" says she, lisa jackson, resigned in protest. the president previously rejected the plans for the pipeline. but jackson said he could approve the plan as soon as march or april. a spokesman for jackson said she resigned for new challenges and reports based on anything else are entirely false. >>brian: 12 minutes after the top of the hour on this wednesday. don't tell this guy al qaeda is on its heels. terrorists put a massive bounty on a u.s. ambassador's head. >>brian: markets are reacting last night. we'll go to stuart varney to see if europe's response is indicative of what the u.s. response will be on the market today. as stuart swag tkpwers in for the -- as stuart swaggers in for the new [ male announcer ] coughequence™ #8. waking the baby. [ coughs ] [ baby crying ] ♪ [ male announcer ] robitussin® liquid formula soothes your throat on contact and the active ingredient relieves your cough. robitussin®. don't suffer the coughequences™. >>brian: overseas stock markets seem to be breathing a sigh of relief
parle, how are you? welcome. >> thanks. >> here we go. and dr. shirley ann jackson. and andrea mitchell. who's probably been working since fife this morning -- since five this morning too. >> how are you? >> i bet you every single person here has been up since five. >> i dressed based on what andrea had on. >> you saw her on tv, and then you said, oh -- that was clever. you're not a rhodes scholar for anything. [laughter] >> wow. >> 4:30 wakeup for morning joe. >> with oh, my gosh. so you get up at 4:30 every day -- >> not every day. >> many days. >> what time do you get up, shirley? >> 4:30 to 5. >> i'm the late riser, 5 to 5:30. >> and then you work, how late do you work straight through? typically. i guess every day is different. >> when you're doing the today program, you have to be there, the last one out at night. especially secretary clinton is traveling right now, so there were late developments and early developments as well. so i'm there til 10 or 11. >> wow. >> and, you know, i can go out and get something to eat and come back. >> so for the two people in america that don't know a
to begin. >> first of the new year and trade here is the surprise. lisa jackson resigned last week, because she was convinced that president obama will soon give the green light to the keystone pipeline. the president rejected for many reasons and could be up for approval in march or april. we'll have more on this later this hour. could the pipeline live? >> where are you this morning? answer, you, your taxes, they're going up. everyone to works pays more into social security, income, dividend and property taxes go up on successful people. on the other side of the coin, there are no spending cuts. add it up. and the governor's own bean counters say the debt goes 3.9 trillion dollars over the next ten years. rich is now defined as families making more than $450,000 a year, they presumably are now paying their fair share, to make sure the rich don't stay rich in death, estate taxes go up. here is the president speaking last night. a big no to spending cuts. >> and i believe that there's further unnecessary spending in government that we can eliminate. but we can't simply cut our way
be closed to people using it? i just went to jackson square park. this is the one on turk street opposite emergency management, supposed to be open in september and it's still closed. so, and, of course, lafayette park, that's in litigation or discussions about whether such and such should happen, and that's closed. so, i'm wondering if you can attach something, a time certain thing, that the job gets done and that park and rec can't use discretion to keep things closed. and also i'm wondering if you are able to -- because port supervisors and port clerk get all the hassle on these things. i'm wondering if you're able to announce when you receive and assign this to the committee who is the contact person on staff. i just found that there are 401 people on city staff in san francisco earning over $200,000 a year and it seems like they have enough money at park and rec they don't need more money from this group that's trying to build things to have money designated for a park person to do this. and again, this is a large amount of money. i hope the clerk reads out the amount of money on all
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break flooded the intersection of jackson and santa clara streets since just before 4:00 this morning. the traffic problem over but crews have shut off the water so that means water to nearby homes and businesses are out until repairs can be made. we will have an update on the mid day news at 11:00. sue has more details for us. >> the intersection between jackson street and santa clara clear. a problem 580 at 680. northbound 880 at fist clear but slow traffic approaching the scene there. fruitville cleared for are some time but it is >>> welcome back. a look a the golden gate bridge. nice and sunny but still deceptively cold out there and poor air quality. the possibility of it being in the santa clara valley and the north bay. all of us under spare the air today and possibly tomorrow. another half hour keep the pets and plants protected in the freezing temperatures. 20s in santa rosa and sub freezing in los gatos and s [ cheers and applause ] >>> they're dancing outside in times square. it is freezing out there. they're heating up. >> they're moving. >> we're going to chit-chat throu
. they're told no. there are the figures, why the roadblock. defense attorney joey jackson is joining me talk about this. why would they turn away anybody who was a good samaritan on 9/11 and has cancer? >> it's so true. it's a question of proof. people who were there and served and so many first responders helped to keep people safe. it changed how we live, think and communicate. it was a terrible day. we'll just never forget it. but the issue is whether people who were volunteers there could in good faith prove that they were volunteering. >> what kind of proof are you talking about? we're talking about evidence in a civil case? >> yes. unfortunately, there's so many people honest and well that's not unfortunate. what's unfortunate is you have the few very who might fabricate. so what happens is a compensation fund says, listen, we understand you may have ailments. we understand you may have been there, and we certainly want to assist you as you assisted us. however, we need two affidavits sworn to and signed by two witnesses who observed, a, that you were there, and b, the nature of t
, not me, not 350. >> since you raised keystone xl, do you think the announcement by lisa jackson of her retirement or resignation from the environmental protection agency is partly due to her opposition to moving forward with the keystone xl? >> i don't know. this keystone thing for me has been sort of crazy from the beginning. the 20th most important, scientists in the world road the president a letter saying this is not in the country's national interest. our most important climatologist said, if you burn all that tar sands oil on top of everything else being burned, it is game over for the climate. we of indigenous people from one end of the content to the other powerfully in this vital no more movement pointing out tar sands is a perfect example of exploitation and for hundreds of years. there is no reason to do this except that it helps rich oil men. for the life of me i cannot understand why it has been so hard to block it. we have done everything we can think of. we were able to delay it for your with the largest civil disobedience action in 30 years in this country. let's hope w
screening. it will be followed by a live interactive q and a session with keith urban, randy jackson, nikki and mariah carey. happens on wednesday january 9th at the amc in alexandria, virginia. you must be 18 or older to enter. and you can see the complete rules on our web site myfoxdc.com. >>> you know the saying good fences make good neighbors but would living next to a celebrity be an even better neighbor? >> most people would not want to live next to a celebrity but there are few celebrities people wouldn't mind living next to if they had to including country music couple blake shelton. reese witherspoon. beyonce and jay z. the celebrities people would not want to live next to include honey boo boo, kim kardashian and kanye west and donald trump. i would agree with those.. >> i wouldn't mind living next to honey boo boo. >> we asked our facebook friends which they would like to live next to. we received rgiiis and president obama. >> once again, kim and kanye. are they sick of them? >> too much going on. >> all right. new research suggest women out live -- suggest that women out live m
and that was the motive for murder, but this past july, raymond jackson threw out wolfe's conviction saying barber lied and prosecutors used tainted testimony and knew it. last month, the judge ordered wolfe released in ten days. the prosecutor filed new charges, but today the judge in manassas said wolfe cannot be tried against for any crime in connection with the death of daniel petroli jr. here tess justice center, wolfe remains in custody tonight, but if the judge signs his order of release, he could walk out of here tomorrow evening a free man for the first time in almost a dozen years. >> to see the smiles on his face, he knows this is a huge victory, and it's a great win. so as terry said, we're hopeful he'll be home tomorrow. >>> right now investigators are looking for the cause of a deadly fire in anne arundel county. a disabled man was killed this morning. the heat from the flames set off boxes of ammunition sending bullets flying around the area. neighbors and firefighters tried but could not rescue the victim. >>> house speaker john boehner is promising a vote on a bill that would provide r
what should ultimately be a balanced deficit reduction package. >> that empty seat is jesse jackson jr. of chicago. that means that you don't need 218 votes to pass it, you need 217 vote to pass it. do you have any doubt that this legislation will be passed tonight?s to pass it. do you have any doubt that this legislation will be passed tonight? >> actually, anyone watching this, wolf, should have just taken out some stock in drama mean because the rollercoaster ride that has resulted from us getting to this process really has been unfortunate and unnecessary but we're here. i'm glad to see that speaker boehner has put aside his requirements that they put a bill on the floor with the majority of the majority and we can see just exactly what a majority of the house does when it comes to making sure that we avoid tax increases on the middle class and giving some certainty to the those who really need it going into this new year. >> what do you say to the progressives, the liberals in the democratic caucus and outside groups who say this is a bad deal for the united states? the president
. >> in his christmas eve ruling federal judge raymond jackson said prosecutors added to their misconduct in this case by making a jailhouse visit to triggerman owen barber in september and were recorded making thinly veiled threats if he wavered in his testimony implicating wolfe. >>> metro is selling only about half as many one day rail passes as last year and the transit agency suspects it could be because of recent price hikes. sales slowed after metro added a 28 day unlimited option on its smartrip cards at the same time the transit agency raised the price of the one-day pass from $9 to $14. >>> be prepared to shell out more money for parking in silver spring and north bethesda. short and long term rates went up today. short term rates are $200 instead of 75 cents. -- are now $1 instead of 75 rates. longer remember it rates increased from 60 to 65 cents and monthly parking permits increased from $113 to $123. >> sounds like the only thing not increasing around here is the temperature. >>> i mentioned this on twitter. we haven't had any major arctic outbreaks this winter. it's been ve
jackson. she's the 18th president of rensular polytech nique institute in troy, new york. this is the oldest institute in the united states and it's my great pleasure to announce her. >> good afternoon. you know there's a significant transformation under way globally in the way we make predictions, make products, make connections and ultimately make progress or not. the transformation i'm speaking of is being driven of course by the extraordinarily rapid expansion and availability of data from multiple sources and ever more powerful analytical and computational capacity that is generating yet new information. let me begin quickly with a vignette that may be a harbinger of things to come. as superstorm sandy, i'm sure you know a lot about it, was beginning to gather steam in the caribbean, five days before it slammed into new jersey and new york, u.s. forecasters were predicting a monster storm but uncertain of its path. by most indications this unusually powerful and complex form would graze the coast but move back out into the north atlantic. however there were steady re
'm pleased to yield one minute to the gentlewoman from texas, ms. jackson lee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady from texas is recognized for one minute. ms. jackson lee: i add my appreciation to mr. dreier as well and ask the question, why are we here think? know why i'm here. to protect working -- i know why i'm here. to protect working american, the vulnerable and the middle class. at the end of the clinton administration we had $5 trillion in surplus and it went out the window with tax cuts, bush tax cuts, and wars that we could not pay for. so i stand here today to say that working class and the vulnerable have the unemployment insurance and earned income tax and cuts in their taxes that they really need. but we still have work to do. want to make sure that we restore some very serious cuts that impact on the health care of americans and we have work to do on the sequestration and our fight is the same fight with the alcio. we want to make sure that the working americans don't pay for the rich getting richer. we're going to cut against cuts and what we have to do today is to
. melissa: coming up tonight on "money" this is the real story of the day. attorney joey jackson joins me to talk about the crazy case, i was treating about this earlier. this is the craig's list sperm donor is being required to pay child support, even though he signed legal documents he had no financial responsible for the babies at all. sold sperm on craig's list to another couple. this is fascinating story. i have actually know other people in this situation. so this, this is happening more than you think, america. you want to tune in and see what your rights are in this situation. lori: "modern family", that's for sure. melissa: there you go. lori: still have trading time ahead with the dow up 220 points. new jersey governor chris christie is expected to speak about the failure of the house to pass the much-needed aid bill for victims of hurricane sandy. we'll bring you the comments live. tracy and ashley will take you through the next hour of "markets now". here they are [ male announcer ] where do you turn for legal matters? at legalzoom, we've created a better place to handle your
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